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Shomer Shabbat (shoh-mayr shah-baht) — lit., Shabbat observer; observing the Shabbat laws is the standard criterion for a Torah-observant Jew and a reliable witness in a Jewish court
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Kaddish: How Long To Say
Kaddish: How Long To Say: Shomer Shabbat or Not
Kaddish is only said for 11 months for a shomer Shabbat Jew and 12...
Kashrut: Food Served by Shomer Shabbat Jew
Kashrut: Food Served by Shomer Shabbat Jew
You may trust that the food a shomer Shabbat Jew serves is kosher...
With Whom To Pray: Who May Be Counted in a Quorum (Minyan)
Non-Shomer Shabbat Jew Counted in Minyan
A non- shomer Shabbat Jew may be counted as part of a minyan .  
Introduction to Shabbat
Goal of Creation
Shabbat was the goal of Creation. Just as God completed the...
Introduction to Weddings and Marriage
Introduction to Weddings and Marriage
The purpose of the  rabbi  at a wedding is to ensure...
Derogatory Speech (Lashon HaRa)
Introduction to Lashon HaRa
Lashon ha’ra is saying (or communicating in any way--even...
Stockholder in Business that Violates Torah Law
You may be a minority owner or shareholder in a business that violates...
Brit Mila: Who Should Perform
Brit Mila: Who Should Perform: Preference
A father should circumcise his male children (if he knows how to do to...
Kashrut: Wine Supervision
When No Wine Mashgiach Needed
No mashgiach is needed if: The owner of wine production and...

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